You can turn challenges into opportunities in every part of your life so that you can succeed in your sport, school, profession and relationships.


The Long-Term Athlete Development Training Model (LTAD) is a commitment to approach is about encouraging all athletes, whatever their talents and motivation, to achieve their full athletic potential.

Given enough time, commitment, and opportunity to learn, an individual could learn the skills necessary to be a Boxer.

To provide boxers with opportunities that will promote self-expression and personal development in the pursuit of excellence.

To maintain its commitment towards high performance and excellence in Golden Gloves Championship, National Level Championship, Olympic Competitor, and Olympic Trials.

“The hero and the coward both feel the same thing, but the hero uses his fear, projects it onto his opponent, while the coward runs. It’s the same thing, fear, but it’s what you do with it that matters.”  Cus D’Amato.

“A good defense is only as valuable as the openings it creates.” Boxing Knowledge.

Read the writing on the mirror.


1. Hands up

2. Chin Tucked

3. Elbows in but not forced

4. Body at angle to opponent

5. Kness slightly bent

6. Feet spread apart comfortable distance

7. Body weight evenly distributed between feet

Coach Derrick Bostic

(410) 212-5455